E-bike retailer Fully Charged continues expansion with new Guildford store

Fully Charged launched its new store in Guildford earlier this week, offering an array of e-bike brands in fold-up, commuter, hybrid, eMTB and cargo options.

The electric bike retailer welcomed 100 people to the new 3,000sq/ft store on the evening of Tuesday 15th March.

“We couldn’t be prouder to now have our third partner store,” said Ben Jaconelli, founder of Fully Charged. “Having grown up in and around Guildford, and having ridden in the cycling Mecca that is Box Hill for most of my life, I couldn’t be happier for Fully Charged to be represented here in Guildford.”

Fully Charged Guildford will be open five days a week, excluding Tuesday and Sunday, and is just a stone’s throw away from the original ‘Electric Bikes Guildford’ site, offering additional space to show off the new collection.

Chris Harlow, head partner at Fully Charged Guildford, added: “The obvious joy Fully Charged derives from e-bikes is backed up by ambition, technical know-how and online expertise, but always with the goal of bringing the very best e-bikes to everyone.

“It’s a perfect collaboration for us, and just like riding an e-bike, we’re loving the journey.”

Formerly trading as Electric Bikes Guildford, Harlow and his team come with years of experience in the industry and now have the physical stock to help furnish the region’s appetite for high-quality e-bikes and quality service and support.

Read more: Retailer Pure Electric secures £10 million to help expand business

With the increasing demand across the UK for all forms of electric bikes, the electric bike retailer said it has been on a mission to hand-select outstanding independent e-bike specialists across the UK that can be best placed going forward for a premium e-bike retail experience.

Fully Charged Guildford offers electric bike brands including Benno Bikes, Gocycle, Moustache Bikes, Riese and Müller, Super73, Tern Bicycles, Vintage Electric, Desiknio and Urban Arrow. Book a test ride here.

In other news…

HumanForest launches concession scheme for students, NHS staff and emergency service workers 

Micromobility operator HumanForest has launched its concession scheme for students and essential workers, offering a …